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Hotmale

Senior Member
Polish
Hi,
I've got a problem with transformation of one sentence.

The original sentence goes:
"I will go there whether you like or not."

The transformed sentence should start with:
"I will go there irrespective of ..."

Is "your likeness" correct?

Could you help me with it?
Thanks.
 
  • Hockey13

    Senior Member
    AmEnglish/German
    Hi,
    I've got a problem with transformation of one sentence.

    The original sentence goes:
    "I will go there whether you like or not."

    The transformed sentence should start with:
    "I will go there irrespective of ..."

    Is "your likeness" correct?

    Could you help me with it?
    Thanks.
    A likeness only means something (like a painting) that resembles someone very closely. It could be:

    I will go there irrespective of your desires / wishes / what you want.

    It should be noted, however, that the first sentence is much more natural.
     
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